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Climate-Induced Loss and Damage Position Paper

Climate-induced loss and damage, stemming from extreme weather events and gradual environmental changes, poses significant challenges worldwide. Marginalized communities, especially those in low-lying coastal areas and developing countries, bear the brunt of climate change-induced loss and damage. Lack of resources exacerbates their challenges, leading to increased poverty and social unrest. Moreover, loss and damage hinder progress towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), impacting poverty eradication, food security, and overall socio-economic development.

Real-world examples and statistics underscore the urgency of addressing loss and damage. Recent floods in Nigeria and Pakistan caused billions in economic losses and displaced millions, emphasizing the need for immediate action. International cooperation and support are imperative to mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change and promote climate justice worldwide.

Download our comprehensive position paper on Climate-Induced Loss and Damage to delve deeper into this critical issue and discover actionable recommendations for addressing this global challenge.

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